Gli squilibri territoriali in Argentina. Un'indagine preliminare
AbstractThis contribution aims to present the main results of a preliminary survey carried out on relevant socio-economic disparities that exist among the Provincial Administrations and/or geographic regions of Argentina, using several indicators to conduct a descriptive statistic analysis on the matter. In fact, even in this simple way, it is assumed to usefully contribute to the scientific debate developed regarding the limited knowledge so far available about the socioeconomic growth, which occurred in Argentina at regional level during the last decades. For this purpose, according to the main official sources of statistical documentation, available at international level, a broad set of indexes has been elaborated; such parameters have been used to outline a overview, basically comprehensive and organic, on various aspects (population, labour market, income level, territory, etc.) deemed useful for obtaining further interpretation elements about disparities inside this country, still in development.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University of Ferrara, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 201011.
Length: 33 pages
Date of creation: 05 Nov 2010
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Argentine; Territorial disparities;
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